Whole System Design Energy
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"Over the last twenty years using a Whole System Design (WSD) approach to identifying energy efficiency opportunities, engineers, industrial designers and architects have found they can achieve larger efficiency" --CSIRO Energy
Whole System Design Energy can substantially reduce the carbon emissions from energy consumption for companies with large energy bills. Initial site assessments include building thermal performance, energy usage patterns, and equipment. A review of energy provider  peak and offpeak rates can dovetail with usage patterns. 

Detailed audits can be undertaken to gather data for input into the recommended energy efficiency solution measures.
And smart meters and energy demand management can enable companies to further reduce energy bills and associated carbon emissions.
End-to-End Performance

Carbon pricing legislation makes companies conscious of facility carbon footprints, as energy prices look set to rise. In the retrofit of energy efficiency into buildings, as well as energy efficient technology, building thermal improvements can be applied to reduce energy usage.

End-to-end energy management is a comprehensive one-stop approach to deliver more energy savings than via isolated case-by-case efforts with disparate suppliers. 
Building thermal performance is a prime consideration when designing energy efficiency improvements. 
Replacement of lighting, energy usage monitoring, and installation of renewable energy can be designed holistically, resulting in greater efficiency and proficiency throughout the entire process.

Energy Efficient Technology 

Lower consumption

Understand and predict energy consumption behaviour to reduce electricity tariffs.  Improve energy efficiency.

Better products use less electricity

LEDs are not only the most efficient, the supply chain is much less toxic than fluoro lighting.  Geoexchange heating and cooling technologies use 25-50% less electricity. Get the right equipment for  specific company sites.

Customised design produces results

No two buildings are the same.  Specific improvements designed to the building's characteristics maximises energy usage reduction.

Bill analysis

Scrutiny of historical billing data provides evidence of exactly what equipment usage patterns over time,  are costing the most.  Change of consumption habit, tariff, and equipment provides more savings.

Smart meters

What cannot be measured, cannot be managed. Logging of usage data helps companies to target the reduction of profligate behaviour, .Seeing real-time data from a secure web browser interface makes monitoring easy.

End-to-end design

A holistic view of complex buildings with multiple  areas helps reduce peak load by intelligent monitoring of energy usage. Examination of building characteristics and function can identify common sense improvements that  further reduce the improvements from energy efficient equipment.


Site specific renewable energy generation can provide income by supplying  energy back into the grid.

Cost effective

There are a number of programs and funding options available for energy efficiency building retrofits.  For eligible companies, no upfront costs, with energy efficiency equipment paid for directly from electricity bill savings.